The Smiths: The Complete Picture Trailer

The Smiths: The Complete Picture Trailer (1992)

07 December 1992 50 mins

Thirteen Smiths' recordings, half of them in a club with a live audience. These alternate with five rock videos, two directed by Derek Jarman (Panic and Ask), two by Tim Broad (Girlfriend in a Coma and Stop Me...), and one by Paula Grief and Richard Levine (How Soon Is Now?). It concludes with Jarman's short film, "The Queen Is Dead," with a three-song soundtrack. The rock videos, particularly Jarman's, are filled with multiple and superimposed images, changing tints, and little narrative coherence; they get their pace from the music's rhythm. Androgyny, dancing children, belching smokestacks, graffiti, angry young men, a waif in a cap: collages of modern alienation.

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Cast

Morrissey

as himself

Johnny Marr

as himself

Andy Rourke

as himself

Mike Joyce

as himself

Dale Hibbert

as himself

Craig Gannon

as himself

International Releases Dates

United States 07 December 1992

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